A Trauma-Informed school becomes truly effective when a culture exists that promotes social and emotional well-being for students and teachers. To create this culture, schools need a Resilience Coach leading on-going implementation of a trauma-informed best practices.
This three-day training is led by Jim Sporleder, Rebecca Lewis-Pankratz, Tamara Konrade, and Katie Perez - each with a perspective that will change how you do school.
Your two building staff members will leave equipped with the skills needed to lead practices designed to improve academic success.
Each workshop fee registers two people and covers lunch for the entirety of the training.
It’s about pOVERty. No. It’s not a typo.
It’s about doing things differently.How we talk about the challenges many of our students and families face every day makes a difference. We can move the needle on pOVERty.
Students and families can truly declare pOVERty to be OVER
in their stories.
Our communities, schools, and our public and mental health organizations must come to the table with people who are experiencing poverty to talk about moving from pOVERty alleviation to pOVERty resolution.
This two-day conference is designed to provide tools, strategies, and connections to truly move the needle of pOVERty.